Advertisement

 NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -Injured Oklahoma defensive linemen Demarcus Granger and Frank Alexander could return to practice next week and be ready to play against Texas.
Sooners coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday there's a chance both players could be back by Monday.
Granger was expected to miss about four weeks with a left foot injury sustained two weeks ago at Washington.
Alexander has been out since he was stabbed in the right arm during a melee at a Norman nightclub after the Sooners' opening game.

NCAAF Headlines

More inNCAAF News  

NCAAF Top Stories

Thumbnail Oregon risks dipping below .500 at WSU The Pac-12 portion of Oregon’s schedule couldn’t have gotten off to a worse start. Will Mark Helfrich’s troops rebound against another disappointing conference...
Thumbnail Michigan St. vs. Indiana Prediction Can No. 17 Michigan State go on the road and pick up a sizable win over Indiana tonight at 8PM ET?
Thumbnail Louisville vs. Clemson Prediction The game of the day in college football will be played at Clemson Memorial Stadium tonight at 8:00PM ET. Will Clemson hand Louisville its...
Thumbnail Kentucky vs. Alabama Prediction Even though the Tide is a massive favorite, will Alabama still find a way to cover against Kentucky tonight at 7:00PM ET?
Thumbnail LSU's Fournette iffy to take field vs. Mizzou Missouri boasts the nation’s second-leading passer in Drew Lock, but can the sophomore will his squad to victory in Baton Rouge?
More inNCAAF Articles  

NCAAF Team Pages

Advertisement